Good job! You don't need another ipad! They are expensive, really expensive! You should get a stackmat and a mat if anything for about 40 dollars! They will save you a fortune, and to put the times in, use the type function on a computer laying around!I just broke my own personal best of 44.02 seconds with a time of 41.82 seconds — and it would have been faster but I accidentally hit the side of my iPad instead of the screen to stop the timer. (I’m trying really hard to not make my cubing hobby more expensive by the cost of a new iPad...) I used 4LLL. After doing it for a bit, I can see how it’s definitely faster than basic LBL, and how CFOP would be even faster.
I’ve been averaging about 40-45 seconds all day, I think, but forgot to timer most of the time. Oh well, live and learn I suppose!
|Cube||Time, 2014~||Time, 2020~|
My first sub 1 hour 8*8 solve today. 57m44s.I did it, and inside my estimate too!
If you're interested...
1st C 06:03
2nd C 09:53
3rd C 08:29
4th C 10:35
5th & 6th C 12:36
1st 4 Edges 09:24
2nd 4 Edges 06:56
Last 4 + P 12.02
3x3 + OLL P and
Misplaced Centres(!) 5m14s
Towards the end I was being excessively cautious.
I was pleased with my last 2 centres as they usually give me a lot of trouble...
Next, a 9x9...
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